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What Is A Parallel Helical Gear?

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A parallel helical gear is a type of gear that consists of two parallel shafts with helical teeth that mesh together. Helical teeth are angled relative to the axis of the gear and can transmit more power than straight-cut teeth.

In a parallel helical gear, the teeth on each gear are cut at an angle to the axis of rotation, which allows for smoother and quieter operation compared to straight-cut gears. The helix angle of the teeth allows for a larger contact area between the gears, which distributes the load more evenly across the teeth and reduces wear.

Parallel helical gears are commonly used in heavy-duty applications that require high torque transmission, such as in industrial machinery and heavy-duty vehicles. They can be designed with different numbers of teeth and gear ratios to meet specific application requirements.

Overall, parallel helical gears are known for their high efficiency, smooth operation, and ability to transmit large amounts of power in a compact design.


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